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Healthy Mindsets for Little Kids

A Resilience Programme to Help Children Aged 5–9 with Anger, Anxiety, Attachment, Body Image, Conflict, Discipline, Empathy and Self-Esteem
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This flexible, early-intervention programme utilises hands-on activities and worksheets to address behaviour issues and teach core resilience skills in children aged 5-9. Based around ten guided modules, each with their own animal character, the 'Healthy Mindsets' approach helps adults to assist children in building resilience across a wide variety of themes including attachment, discipline, anger management, conflict resolution, positive body image and self-esteem, grief and loss, and anxiety. Every session comes with a complete plan from greeting to closing down, and includes illustrations, photocopiable activities, website-downloadable content, worksheets, games, colouring-in sheets, and reflective content for children to think about their own views on the issue addressed in each section.

With fun, interactive and non-threatening sessions, this comprehensive resource is an ideal programme for parents, teachers, counsellors, therapists and social workers wanting to work with children and help them gain crucial life skills from an early age.
  • Published: Sep 19 2019
  • Pages: 160
  • 276 x 216mm
  • ISBN: 9781785928659
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Press Reviews

  • Dr Ruth M MacConville, Educational Consultant and author

    Healthy Mindsets for Little Kids is a wonderful resource for promoting resilience in children aged five to nine years old. Enabling children to flourish and building their sense of control and independence is increasingly being recognised as a goal of the utmost importance to ensure children's wellbeing and mental health. Stephanie Azri has written a highly practical curriculum consisting of 10 skill-based sessions, each of which is based on engaging activities, strength-discovering exercises and confidence-boosting fun. With clear instructions and a wealth of photocopiable resources this complete, ready-to-use programme is a must-have for busy practitioners. I highly recommend it.
  • Dr Fiona Zandt and Dr Suzanne Barrett, Authors of 'Creative Ways to Help Children Manage Big Feelings: A Therapist’s Guide to Working with Preschool and Primary Children' and Founders of Creative Child Therapy Workshops

    It's great to see a program focussed on introducing this important topic of resilience to families with young children, and giving them a way to start discussing concepts such as identity, emotions and positive thinking. Parental involvement means that conversations about feelings and resilience can continue after the program is completed.